It's not just about softball...it's about the girls.
REPORT YOUR GAME TO THE LEAGUE TO AVOID FORFEITS
Games must be reported to the league within 24 hours. Instructions on score reporting was sent via email...if you did not get this contact us via email at email@example.com Instructions for rainouts can be found on the left side under "Rain Out Info"
When reporting scores:
Majors: Actual game score reported
Minors: Score of 1-0 for the winning team or 1-1 if tied
7u: game marked completed at 0-0
Either team may report. Games not reported will result in a forfeit to both teams.
NEYSA to Hold Tournament to Support Player
The NEYSA organization is proud to announce that they are holding a 12 U tournament to support fellow 12 U major player Mackenzie Gross. "Big Mack has been diagnosed with Hodgkins Lymphoma and we are holding this tournament to raise money for the Gross family as Mackenzie battles cancer" said Chad Shimko from NEYSA. The tournament will be held on June 15 and 16. For additional information, please use this link.
Are You Interested in Becoming an Umpire?
Are you looking for a way to stay involved with softball? Why not consider becoming an umpire?
The York County Junior Girls Softball League utilizes certified umpires for all of its games within the League. Umpires gain their training and certification from ASA. Umpiring is a great way to stay involved in the game of fast pitch softball and is done by men and women of all ages. Umpires are paid for the games that they umpire and you may umpire games from young girls just starting out, to competitive tournament games.
If you are interested and need additional information, please contact:
Don Smith ASA UIC for the York City and County Umpire Association at firstname.lastname@example.org